The Stubborn Princess

Mirror mirror, nice and wise
Am I a nightmare in disguise

No my princess crimson rose
Who told awful lies like those

Nobody told me, it's just me
I think a bad girl I must be

Princess are you joking me
You don't even hurt a bee

But I am stubborn, head held high
Like an eagle, in the sky

Stubborn is good, O princess mine
You just have a willful spine

I embrace and seek out peace
I find solace on top of trees

It's not an act, of a lonely soul
These little things, will make you whole

I choose roads, rarely taken
Will they judge, as I'm mistaken

There is one thing, you should trust
Be you gorgeous, world will adjust

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